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All, when one uses the Wireshark to decode and listen to G.711 RTP in a SIP VOIP call, how is RFC2833 handled by the player.

How to listen to the RTP stream. i.e. Telephony>VOIP calls and select completed call>Player

  1. Is the player smart enough to decode RFC2833 and play it out to a user, or
  2. should one not be able to hear it.

I believe that one should not be able to hear RFC2833 in the player. Thoughts?

Thank you in advance for yet another DTMF issue.

asked 27 Mar '15, 12:27

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DTMF can be present in multiple variants in the RTP stream. The RFC2833 variant usually cannot be heard from the player, but you may hear a short interruption of the sound.

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answered 27 Mar '15, 17:12

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Thank you. I have run a few tests and also verified that the player is behaving as expected.

(30 Mar '15, 07:58) bwanahatari
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